A trilingual certificate holder must maintain all prerequisite certifications and renew the trilingual certificate annually by paying the annual renewal fee to DARS DHHS before the expiration date. A DARS DHHS staff member may send renewal notification letters at least 30 days before the expiration date. A certificate holder's failure to receive notice does not prevent the expiration of a certificate.
6.5.1 Process for Trilingual Annual Certificate Renewal
The certificate holder must complete Form 3910, Annual Certificate Renewal, or Form 3921, Multiple-Certificate Annual Renewal, and send it with a check, money order, or cashier’s check for the fee to DARS DHHS. Individuals certified by RID or NAD-RID must enclose a copy of their valid certificate card. When DARS DHHS receives the form and fee, a DARS DHHS staff member
- updates the certificate holder's contact information; and
- mails a new certificate card, which is valid through the next year.